It’s now been two years now since I began writing this blog.
Over the twelve months there have been about 150,000 visits have been made to this blog, with nearly 500,000 “page views.” There are now over 2,500 subscribers, plus several hundred more who receive the monthly newsletter (of course, with Feedburner’s problems, who knows what the correct figure is?)
As always, however, the most important results of this blog are that it’s made me a better teacher because of what I’ve learned from writing it and from what I’ve learned from the people with whom I’ve connected through it.
Wow congratulations Larry.
Well done with achieving your second anniversary but where is the birthday cake? We all want a piece – off course it would have to be a very large cake though 🙂
PS I like chocolate cake!
Happy Bloggiversary!! Congrats!
I agree with Sue. Cake is necessary. 🙂
Congratulations! Two years is a LONG time to keep blogging! 🙂
Congrats on reaching this milestone. I certainly gain a lot from the sites you recommend every day. Don’t know how you have the time to find them and teach as well.
As a blogger who has benefited from your website of the day recommendations can I return the favour in part by offering sincere congratulations on reaching your second anniversary, (at least in this blogging iteration). May there be many more similar celebrations to follow over the upcoming years.
Thanks, everybody, for your kind words!
The edublogging community is great, isn’t it?
Larry: It’s great to see the energy you bring to this blog. I’ve observed that ELLs tend to have less access to lessons with technology in schools than other students. You offer a real service by providing so many ideas for how teachers can give them access to learning through technology.
Mary Ann Zehr
Learning the Language
I’m also bewildered at your time management, and looking forward to the moment I see your site’s name approaching in my news reader every day. Divided by the sea, related from the heart… (well, that didn’t come out right, did it?-) – What I mean to say: *Exemplary* work, Larry!